More folks have joined Angelina Jolie in Clint Eastwood's The Changeling, and pics of a 1920s Jolie have arrived online. (You can begin your happy dance ... now.) The Hollywood Reporter tells us that Jeffrey Donovan, Colm Feore and John Malkovich will join Jolie in this drama based on a real-life tale for Universal and Imagine. In the flick, Jolie plays a woman whose son goes missing in 1920s Los Angeles. When the wrong child is returned to her, she naturally freaks on law enforcement who then throw the gal into an insane asylum for disagreeing with them. And you think Britney Spears has it rough! Eventually, the kid admits to fraud, and the woman goes after the cops, the mayor and the city seeking changes in the insanity legislation. I'm sorry, but shouldn't a mother know who her child is? Weird.

Donovan will play the police captain, with Feore as the chief of police and Makovich as a reverend. Additionally, the first pics of Jolie on set in 1920s garb have arrived online, courtesy of Just Jared (who have roughly 15 shots of the gal). I'd say she looks pretty damn authentic (love the red lipstick), but that's me. The role seems like a perfect fit for Jolie, who won a best supporting actress Oscar for her role as a girl in a mental hospital in 1999's Girl, Interrupted. So we know she can play nutty. It also looks like they're prepping this one for a late Oscar run (it has Clint Eastwood's name on it -- why the heck not?), as it's currently set to be released on November 7, 2008.